LAW AND ORDER ENGLISH MATHS SOCIAL STUDIES Public Speaking Mapping Law Debate Measurement Government Word Study Estimates of distance, height, Bushrangers Colloquialisms weight, etc. Mapping Story Map Summaries Drama INTEGRATING DEVICE LAW & ORDER COMPUTING Wanted Poster Computer editing of SCIENCE narrative Forensic Science Making observations accurately - Using the five senses MUSIC Ballads HEALTH/HRE Safety & the Law Protective Behaviours ART Draw a bushranger Computer Graphics LOTE Wanted Poster Identikit German Laws Court Artists Language Overview Years: 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 Semester: Term: Duration: 9 weeks Integrating Device Law & Order Holistic Objectives Genres Subject Matter Roles and Relationships Mode and Medium Core: Level 6/7 - Debate Rules Group Member Debate Level 4/5 - Public Speech Laws Presenter Story Map Government Poster Review: Thesaurus Report Narrative Resources Human Material Teacher Librarian Law-Makers, Law-Breakers - Jacaranda Learning Support Teacher Why Should I? - M. White, L. Tan Guest Speakers Electoral Education - AEC Constable--------- - Adopt - a - Cop Living With Rules & Laws - J Dickson ------- - Barrister Bulk Loan - School Library Newspapers Orientating Phase Read and View Write Speak and Listen What are Laws? Word Bank for word Study Discuss rules for living in a Brainstorm legal terms society Review Class Rules Enhancing Phase Subject Matter Language in Use Read for information study grammatical conventions in text Story Map Skim text to predict colloquialisms Sequence Events write definitions Record Facts shared and guided reading Read & View Discuss to express opinions Roleplaying Drama (Play) Summarise Crime Report 6 Hats Thinkers’ Keys Synthesising Phase Levels 4/5 - Public Speech Levels 6/7 - Debate planning conferring and consulting rehearsing presenting reflecting ANALYTIC OBJECTIVES ATTITUDES Students will develop: - positive attitudes to themselves and other people - understanding of the key concepts related to values and adjustments - the ability to learn new attitudes and adjust those currently held PROCESSES Students will develop: - understanding of key concepts related to decision making, problem solving and critical thinking - identify appropriate information - plan, confer, consult, rehearse and present public speech or debate SKILLS Students will develop: - the ability to use relevant communication procedures - the ability to learn and use new patterns of generic structure KNOWLEDGE Students will develop: - an understanding of laws and how laws are made Sequence of Activities Activities Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Orientating Read and Discuss “What are the Laws?” - View & Discuss Poster 1 Brainstorm Terms Create Word Bank for word study (Build on throughout) Review class rules - View & Discuss posters 4 & 5 Enhancing The Law & You - Adopt-a-cop & Barrister Strictly for kids - Story Map - Action / Outcome Shoplifting - Roleplaying Administering the Law - View & Discuss Poster 6 Government - Time Line - Comprehension - Levels of Government Court - Read & Discuss - Floor Plan Thinkers’ Keys - ‘The Law” Sequence of Activities Activities Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Outside the Law Bushrangers - Read & Comprehend ‘A Trooper’s Tale - Draw & Dress a Bushranger - Play Outlaws Upholding the Law Police work - Summarise Forensic Science - Make an Identikit Detectives - Cloze - Write a Crime Report - Crossword Sequence of Activities Synthesising Phase Weeks 7,8,9. Levels 4/5 - Public Speech Levels 6/7 - Debate - planning - conferring and consulting (Teacher and Peer) - rehearsing - presenting - reflecting ASSESSMENT Observation Consultation Focused Analysis Peer and Self Assessment Technique Technique Technique Technique Check list Conference True? False Test Reading Log Samples of Written Anecdotal Writing Log language Cloze exercise Record Record Record Record Student Profiles Notes Test Results Learning Log Samples Report Report Report Report End of Year Written Reports EVALUATION OF LEARNING / ACTIVITIES / TEACHING / RESOURCES NOTES FOR FUTURE PLANNING READING READING Law & Order SEMESTER ____ , TERM ____ 19__ Reading What Are Laws? Activity The Highgate Hill Mob Neighbours Strictly For Kids Read and discuss Shoplifting Story Map 5 Finger Discounts Observation What should you do? Administering the Law The Present Takers Aboriginal Law White Contract Read and discuss Tribal Justice Response Sheet Law Making in Australia Why should I? Politicians in Uniform Elections Some Australian Prime Ministers Some Political Parties Old Laws / New Laws Governing a Nation Teenager Skateboard Offenders to Face Structures of Government $2000 Fines Points of View Breaking Laws Guilty or Not Guilty Order in the Court Outside the Law What happens in Court? Infamous Outlaws The Bushrangers As Game as Ned Kelly Cooking - Baddy Biscuits Bail Up! Taking his Chance Response Sheet A Trooper’s Tale Outlaws - wordsearch Cop Capers Read and discuss Upholding the Law Summarise Police Work Forensic Science Safety House Identikit Neighbourhood Watch Matty Trakker & the Money Man Literature’s Greatest Detective War on Crime in Idaville Matty Trakker & the Money Man - What Every Good Sleuth Should Wear Cloze Would you be a Good Witness? Crime Report How good a witness are you? Law Crossword Role Play: Five Finger Discount Setting: A toy shop. Situation: A “friend” wants to take a video game from the shop without paying for it . Roles: Pushy friend. Reluctant friend. Others. ROLE PLAY: Five Finger Discount Setting: School playground Situation: Some children are comparing toys they’ve nicked. Roles: One who has taken a toy but feels guilty. One who hasn’t taken any. Gang leader. Other. Role Play: Five Finger Discount Setting: Park Situation: A “leader” wants to “hit” a record shop. Roles: Gang; leader, reluctant member, others. Role Play: Five Finger Discount Setting: Car Park Situation: The group is discussing cigarettes they’ve stolen. Roles: Group of friends. Some smoke. Some Don’t. One steals them from parents. One steals from the shop. Role Play: Five Finger Discount Setting: At the pool. Situation: A group of children was caught taking CD’s. There is a “leader” of the group. The parent has confronted this person after a store detective called. This person is telling the group about it afterwards. Roles: Group. “Leader”.
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